Lecture given for the Bioethics Distinguished Speakers Series of the Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics, April 8, 2010 Topics: 'wolpe', 'bioethics', 'yale', 'ethics', 'neuroscience', 'neuroethics', 'mind'
Magnetic brain stimulation improves dexterity. Rebecca Roache on why the cheating objection to smart drugs doesn't work. Will employers pressure staff to take brain boosters? Genetics of having an iron will. Carbon nanotube neuron interface. Happy People Read, Socialize, but don't watch TV. Spirituality protects against depression better than church attendance. Happiness and the plural self. The Rise in Cosmetic Vaginal Surgery. Puberty suppression for TG pre-teens. Male-to-female... Topics: brain, neuroscience, neuroethics, transgender, transsexual, vaginas
Robert J. Levine LectureOctober 22, 2013Given by Jonathan D Moreno, PhD David and Lyn Silfen University Professor of Ethics, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvaniafor the Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics If video will not play, try OGG VIDEO version. Topics: technology, yalebioethics, ethics, military, science, neuroethics, mind, brain
The first episode of The Life of the Mind/Brain, a podcast that explores the intersection of the cognitive sciences and society. I interview Professor Adrian Owen and postdoctoral fellow Damien Cruse about their research discovering awareness in patients previously diagnosed as being in vegetative states. Topics: ethics, neuroscience, medical ethics, consciousness, adrian owen, fmri, damian cruse, western...